Htel Serviced Apartments Amsterdam

Price from USD 967,00 in Htel serviced apartments in Amsterdam (Zuideramstel, North Holland, the Netherlands). Htel Serviced Apartments Amsterdam offers fully furnished apartments in Buitenveldert, 1,7 km from Zuidas business district and World Trade Center. Guests benefit from free WiFi, a gym and laundry facilities. Apartments for 2-8 persons.

The property consists of 50 spacious apartments ranging in size from 60 to 150 square metres. The apartments are domestic and attractively decorated and all feature a fully equipped kitchen including a dishwasher and microwave. Guests can work out in the gym and enjoy other hotel-style facilities such as 24/7 reception, housekeeping and a grocery service. Pets are allowed. Charges may apply. Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 8.40 per day. Facilities: elevator, family room, non-smoking room, fitness center, terrace, vending machine (drinks), bicycle rental, safe, baggage storage, dry cleaning and laundry.

Shopping center Gelderlandplein is 800 m from Htel. A direct metro connection will get you to the city centre of Amsterdam and Central Station in 25 minutes. Schiphol Airport is 12 km away.

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Amsterdam

On our website you can book hotels and accommodations in Amsterdam (the Netherlands). Amsterdam is the capital and most populous city of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Discover the neighborhoods of Amsterdam: Amsterdam Centre, Oud West, Oost Watergraafsmeer, Zeeburg, Amsterdam Airport, Slotervaart, Oud Zuid, Noord, Zuideramstel, Westerpark, Zuidoost, Amstelveen. Visit the Anne Frank House, Dam Street and Magna Plaza.The city is served by Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, which is connected to the city center through the city’s very efficient train system, as well as taxis.

This multi-faceted city is divided into several unique districts, though most travelers often end up in the central district of the old town known as Amsterdam Centrum. This is where some of the city’s most famous and often visited attractions are located, so this area is often a favorite among travelers to the city. The Anne Frank House museum is one such attraction in this area, often crowded with tourists and history buffs who visit the place where the young Jewish diarist and her family once hid for safety during the atrocities of World War II.

Of course, Amsterdam’s nightlife is nothing short of exciting, and many travelers will go there specifically for the entertainment and music scene for which this city is so well known. But this city, full of old-world charm, is more nuanced than just exciting nightlife. This city is as suitable for backpackers and students as it is for families and the very affluent. Hotels in Amsterdam cater to every type of traveler, ranging from quaint boutique hotels in converted townhouses to purpose-built luxury establishments.

Shops and museums are laid out on a network of canals, and visitors can walk or ride a rented bicycle along the canal, over bridges and into any number of cozy sidewalk cafés or boutiques. This is the city that inspired master artists like Vincent Van Gogh, so museums and arts districts are abundant. A trip to Amsterdam is incomplete without stopping by Amsterdam Oud Zuid, an upscale southern borough known for its street markets and attractive neighborhoods. Museum Square is a popular attraction of this area, home to many well-known museums. Booking accommodation near Rijksmuseum, a world-class art institute, allows visitors to take their time exploring the galleries while spending less time getting around.

There’s much more to see in Amsterdam.

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